Green PETG 3D Printer Filament

(3 customer reviews)

£32.39 Incl. VAT

  • Premium PETG 3D Printer filament
  • Recycled material: 99% (ISO 14021)
  • 100% recyclable cardboard spool and packaging
  • Colour ref – 6018

    (Default = RAL, Numbers with a ‘C’ on the end refer to Pantone)

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Our brand new rPETg colours are made from post-industrial recycled plastic - 99.5% recycled content (The 0.5% consists additives to improve 3D printing performance). 

Like our current rPETg line, this filament is strong, does not warp, and is odour-neutral - a perfect all-rounder, ideal for those strong and durable parts. 

How it’s made:

  1. Discarded, single-source PETg plastic waste - that would otherwise go to landfill - is received from manufacturers. 
  2. The plastic is sorted and cleaned, to remove any unwanted debris, before being shredded and melted down to further refine the polymer. 
  3. The plastic present in a variety of colours and so therefore undergoes a compounding to create a grey-coloured, homogeneous material. 
  4. High quality masterbatch is then added to this neutral shade pellets to create the desired colour- the material is extruded and wound onto 100% recyclable cardboard spools ready for use! 

Please note: rPETg colours originate from a different source compared to our black, white and transparent colours. As such, print temperatures & fan speed settings may differ slightly. This can be different across various types/models of 3D Printers, so it's best to experiment and find which works best for you.

Additional information

Weight1.4 kg
Diameter

1.75mm, 2.85mm

Weight

1kg, 750g

3 reviews for Green PETG 3D Printer Filament

  1. kr15_uk

    I’ve bought 2x rolls good 6 month apart and colour match is pretty much spot on which was very useful hence I had to reprint few parts with new iterations for the existing machine without it looking “hacked job” at the end. Worth to mention though, to get good layer adhesion I had to go all the way up to 270c mark so if you have PTFE lined hotted (like E3D Lite6 or cloned v6) you might be out of luck, although that might be me.

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  2. alexgibson3d (verified owner)

    Excellent, consistent quality PETG I frequently use for major customer projects.
    Noting a previous review, I print Filamentive PETG at 230-240C, normally 235C, consistently across a print farm, on MakerBots with thermocouples and printers with E3D hotends with thermistors, results are always consistent.
    Suspect the previous reviewer might need to dial in hotend configuration, as 270C is way out of range, would be dribbling at that temperature and definitely dangerous for PTFE lined hotends. Happy to advise, search my username on Twitter 🙂

  3. Berkeley Harriman Jones

    First impressions of this product are 5 ⭐️.. packaging is spot on, really impressed with the initial prints had no issues at all pretty much standard settings on my Prusa. I’m really looking forward to using other Colours

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